Lack of Understanding - Mark Henshaw - 3/7/2015
While it appears Mr. Anghis is passionate about what he writes, there is a clear lack of understanding as to the actual foundation of the United States. While many of the quotes in his book are accurate, they are often taken out of context and used in a way that supports his own views. This is clearly a biased writing and not an academic source. Much of this information is in context of a right-wing perspective. While this may be suitable as an opinion piece, it does not look at historical facts objectively, therefore rendering it useless as a tool for learning, but more a tool of persuasion. Mr. Anghis would benefit well from reviewing academic materials covering the foundation of the United States. To put in the good aspects (of which there are many) and leave out the bad aspects (of which there are also many) of our founding fathers is in a sense a form of propaganda and not a source of factual information. I'd suggest that if you are already a right-leaning person, this will reaffirm your beliefs and you will enjoy this reading. If you are looking for an accurate portrayal of American history, I would recommend you look some place else.
Unreliable garbage - Josh - 2/27/2015
This is an opinion piece. There is no documentation, no citation, no sources. This is a bunch of right-winged rhetoric. I strongly recommend you avoid this.
The small details - Jenny Wilson - 2/4/2015
I found that the author seemed to write more about his point of view, than actual facts. A lot of the things he says really have no factual evidence to back them up. Unfortunately his accuracy seems to be be skewed by his desire to publish an extreme right-winged agenda. Furthermore, I'd like to mention that the amount of grammatical and spelling errors were atrocious. Roger needs to hire an editor or fire the one he has. I would not recommend this collection to anybody.